Exiting the app
The default settings don’t allow the user to exit the app with the back, home and recent apps button. To exit the app you need to use a key combination and a PIN.
On the Nautiz X4 and Nautiz X8 that key combination is F1, F2, F3, F2. On the Nautix X2 you need to use the side keys and press, top-left, top-right, bottom-left, top-right.
When asked for a PIN, use the value you have set up in the settings or 2580 as the default value.
Device specific notes
Hardware keys settings
The settings at Hardware Keys > Block keys and System keys are only used on the Nautiz X4 and Nautiz X8 and don’t have any effect on other hardware.
Recent apps lockdown
On the Nautiz X2 (and other Android 5+ devices) you’ll have to enable the Kiosk Service at Settings > Accessibility to block the recent apps key.
Set the page you want to load when the app opens. Hint: The KioskBrowser will not prevent the user from leaving this domain.
This is the pin that is needed to exit the app with the “Exit with PIN prompt” option and to open the settings
Start after boot
Enable this to start the app after the system is started (Autostart)
Hide the status bar
Hide the Android status bar at the top. Hint: Regardless of this setting, the app will prevent the user from pulling down the status bar.
Block touch input
Block all touch interaction on the website.
Different settings for hardware keys on Nautiz X4 and Nautiz X8 as well as settings for long press and patterns.
Block/disable hardware keys depending on the System keys options on Nautiz X4 and Nautiz X8
Set an event to occur after long pressing a hardware key
F1>F2>F3>F2, F1>F3>F2>F3 Action
Set an event to occur after the key pattern was pressed
Use custom User-Agent
Enable the browser to send a different HTTP User-Agent to the server on each request
Define the string to be sent as the HTTP User-Agent when the “Use custom User-Agent” option is enabled
Change the color for the loading indicator that is shown on the top edge of the window
Force speaker output
Force all output from the browser page through the speaker even if a headset is connected
Scan success sound
This sound is played when a barcode or NFC tag has been read successfully
Scan failure sound
This sound is played when an NFC tag can’t be read or the scanner timeout is hit
Settings for NFC and Mifare tags
Enables the NFC functionality on supported devices
Set a prefix or suffix to be sent with the NFC data
Read block data
Enable to read Mifare block data
Mifare Key A
Set the key for encrypted sectors or use the default FFFFFFFFFFFF key
Set the block index to read value. Hint: The key must be provided of the sector this block is located in
Shows the current app version and version code
Shows the version of the xWalk library used to render the web pages